Christopher Tubbs 2012-10-14, 13:09
Keith Turner 2012-10-15, 17:30
+1 and thanks for the filters
On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 9:09 AM, Christopher Tubbs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> I'm wondering if it might make more sense to send the Jenkins build
> notifications to the notifications list, rather than the dev list.
> I see two advantages:
> 1) The dev list is more "pure" in terms of humans-only, which can make
> it easier for developers to interact without feeling spammed.
> 2) Those who don't want to see any automated notifications can filter
> them out more easily.
> And one disadvantage:
> 1) Developers signed up to the dev list may not want to sign up for a
> second list to get notifications about build failures they caused with
> their commits.
> The disadvantage can be mitigated, I think, if Jenkins is smart enough
> to know who caused the commit that failed, and can be configured to
> send a notice back to that person directly, in addition to the
> notifications list.
> (Also, on a related note, I've attached the importable GMail filters
> that I use which you may find useful to organize your GMail. Feel free
> to use.)
> Christopher L Tubbs II
Christopher Tubbs 2012-10-16, 17:46
Christopher Tubbs 2012-10-17, 16:02